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For all you women business owners out there, Count Me In Urban Rebound is a great place to learn some tips and tools of the trade that will get you where you want to go. The conference is also sponsoring a contest that can win you six months of coaching and training.
Where: Raleigh-Durham, NC
When: December 2nd & 3rd, 2013
To sign up or learn more about this amazing opportunity, visit: Count Me In
Life Coach and counselor, Ciara Elle of Go Get it Life Development Agency, shares about herself and her business.
GW: Describe your typical client. Who are they and what do they want to gain from you?
Ciara: My typical client is a ward of the state who has anger issues and has dropped out of school. Most of them don’t hope for anything.
GW: As a life coach, what is the greatest barrier you encounter that keeps an individual from reaching their potential? Read the rest of this entry »
Multiple health problems left Birdie Baumgartner Momyer unemployable, so what’s a girl to do?
Birdie says, “If you can’t find a job, make one!” And that’s what she is aiming to do.
Birdie has always had a passion for wildlife and she’s spent the last few years immortalizing in print those fleeting but beautiful encounters she’s had with nature. As a hobby. Read the rest of this entry »
Do you have a business idea, but no cash to get started?
If this is you, you are not alone. The Amber Foundation recognizes this need among women and generously offers a grant for small home-based business, or internet start-ups.
Amber grants usually run between $500 and $1,000. It’s a small sum, but large enough to get a leg up. It may make the difference between starting a business and just dreaming about it.
Eclectic and non-traditional photography is what defines Montography Studio in Wauseon, Ohio, and it’s what has Montana Neuenschwander booked several months in advance.
Montana tells how she got started and offers her tips for success.
GW: How long has Montography been around? Read the rest of this entry »